Newport Memorial Hall will hold its second ‘Noson Lawen’, a Welsh language concert on Friday March 28.
There will be a variety of acts appearing on the stage, including ‘Ail Symudiad’, the very well known band from Cardigan, Lowri Evans' band who has just released a new single and received BBC Radio 2 airplay, ‘Corlan’-a choir of people from all over the area that will be singing and acting a comedy sketch and Hana Murray, a young and talented singer/songwriter from Llanboidy.
Lowri Evans, Volunteer Recruitment Development Officer said: “This evening is an opportunity for everyone in the community and surrounding areas to come and enjoy a feast of local talent. There are many Welsh language speakers and Welsh learners living in the area, so this concert is a chance for everyone to come together. There is a welcome for everyone, even if you don’t speak Welsh – maybe this event will encourage people and give them the confidence to learn Welsh."
The evening is supported by Menter Iaith Sir Benfro. Tudur Lewis, Development Officer said: “It is wonderful to see the support that we have for these events and very promising to see so many Welsh learners coming along. It is very encouraging to see a small group of people working so hard to keep Newport Memorial Hall open and emphasising the importance of holding Welsh events here. We hope that we will have a mixture of people supporting the concert, from Welsh speakers, learners and those who wish to experience the culture of the music and Welsh language."
The concert starts at 7.30pm; tickets are £6, available on the night or from Newport Whole foods Shop. The evening is being supported by the Night Out Scheme through The Arts Council of Wales.
For further information, contact Lowri on 07800 568211 or firstname.lastname@example.org